DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT: Cloud-based IIoT Software, Platforms, and Edge Computing Infrastructure 2018 - 2023" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This research evaluates the technologies and solutions involved in cloud computing for IIoT systems. It provides a comprehensive assessment of cloud infrastructure and deployment types including detailed analysis of edge computing. This research analyzes emerging Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) systems and solutions, which is anticipated to be an integral part of IIoT systems as a whole, as well as the cornerstone for capturing streaming data and performing real-time data analytics. Integration of cloud-based infrastructure and service models with IIoT is evaluated. The research includes detailed forecasts for 2018 to 2023.
Enterprise and industrial focused businesses have many telecom and IT related decisions to make about ICT infrastructure and services. Two of the most important areas are cloud computing and Internet of Things (IoT). Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) in particular is anticipated to become a major complement to enterprise computing infrastructure. While both computing and IIoT require considerable planning and often considerable investment, the payoff is quite substantial for companies that make the right decisions about integrating new technologies with existing systems and processes.
The initial return on investment continues to be largely cost reduction, but new and enhanced products and services, as well as improved customer intimacy are clearly the longer term benefits. This latest research into the convergence of IoT and Cloud infrastructure has unveiled significant opportunities for enterprise to leverage emerging solutions involving edge computing. In fact, we see industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions involving streaming data and real-time analytics as a key value-added function for many industry verticals including healthcare, manufacturing, and transportation.
Manufacturing, industrial automation, and robotics are key sectors that will benefit substantially from MEC. For example, prior to edge computing implementation, teleoperation and tele-robotics are largely relegated to fixed communications connections. MEC will enable teleoperation anywhere there is advanced LTE or 5G coverage, enabling many new consumer and industrial automation scenarios involving robotics.
- Data analytics providers
- Wireless service providers
- ICT managed service providers
- Software, App, and Content Providers
- Wireless/mobile infrastructure providers
- Cloud and IoT product and service providers
Key Topics Covered:
Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT 2018 - 2023
2 IIoT Cloud Computing Ecosystem
3 Industrial IoT Cloud Computing Market
4 IIoT Cloud Connected Devices/Things Forecasts
5 Company Analysis
6 Conclusions and Recommendations
Cloud Computing Services, Platforms, Infrastructure and Everything as a Service 2018 - 2023
1 Executive Summary
3 Cloud Computing Technology and Markets
4 Global Cloud Computing Market Outlook
5 Cloud Services in IoT
6 Carrier Cloud Services
7 Important Cloud Computing Industry Developments
8 Appendix: Fundamentals of Cloud Computing
9 Appendix: MEC Technology and Solutions
Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC): Market Outlook and Forecasts 2018 - 2023
1 Executive Summary
3 MEC Technology, Platforms, and Architecture
4 MEC Market Drivers and Opportunities
5 MEC Ecosystem
6 MEC Application and Service Strategies
7 MEC Market Forecasts 2018 - 2023
8 Conclusions and Recommendations
9 Appendix: Real-time Data Analytics Revenue 2018 - 2023
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